19th Amendment show garners more appreciation

Andrea Drouillard, a writer for a local educational publisher Gale Cengage, came to see our show, ‘The 19th Amendment at 100: Women’s Voices Then and Now’, at Swords into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery, Swords into Plowshares. ¬†Though she came just before the show closed on February 29, she appreciated it so much she wantedContinue reading “19th Amendment show garners more appreciation”

19th Amendment at 100, closing images

Jane posted a great batch of photos of this fantastic show we held at Swords Into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery, in downtown Detroit. See all of them at: https://retreadart.com/blog/

Call for Art – The 19th Amendment at 100: Women’s Voices Then and Now

Call for Art: The 19th Amendment at 100:¬† Women’s Voices Then and Now Exhibition Dates: January 24-February 29, 2020 Gallery: Swords into Plowshares Peace Center & Gallery, 33 East Adams, Detroit, Michigan, 48226 Entry deadline: December 6, 2019. In a time when women’s rights are being denigrated, women’s health and bodies are being threatened, andContinue reading “Call for Art – The 19th Amendment at 100: Women’s Voices Then and Now”

Women’s Lives make News in Manchester

“Dear Womanhouse” hits the press from tiny Manchester, MI, with a demonstration of what it’s like to be female now, while paying homage to the original “Womanhouse,” put on by Judy Chicago, Miriam Shapiro and their students in 1972 that kickstarted the Feminist Art Movement. PASS THIS ON! http://themanchestermirror.com/2018/10/22/dear-womanhouse-what-now/  

Rep. Dingell and Sen. Udall support arts funding through their new CREATE Act

Michigan and New Mexico have thriving arts economies and Rep. Debbie Dingell(MI) and Senator Tom Udall(NM) want to keep it that way. Their new funding proposal works to reverse deep cuts to the arts proposed by the Trump administration. They deserve our support. http://bit.ly/2n7Lqb5

Let’s Get Down to Business!

Most of the conference goers are on their way home today. Only a small group of motivated board members tend to stay behind in order to “make it happen” at the semiannual WCA board meeting. Gathered in NYC’s Bello restaurant, the board works on planning upcoming conferences, maintaining fiduciary responsibilities, addressing the needs of chaptersContinue reading “Let’s Get Down to Business!”